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Lentikart Help Center

  • What is lenticular printing?
    Lenticular printing is a specialized printing process that uses a lens to create the illusion of depth or movement in a printed image. The lens, also known as a lenticule, is a series of parallel ridges or grooves that refract light in different ways, creating different images or perspectives depending on the angle of viewing.
  • What kind of images work well with lenticular printing?
    Images that have a clear foreground and background, or that involve movement, work best for lenticular printing. Some examples include 3D graphics, animated sequences, and images with changing or morphing elements.
  • What kind of file formats are required for lenticular printing?
    Lenticular printers typically require high-resolution image files in formats like JPEG, TIFF, AI,CDR or PSD. It's important to check with the printer for their specific file format requirements. Recommended resolution is 300dpi or more.
  • What is the minimum order quantity for lenticular printing?
    The minimum order quantity for lenticular printing can vary depending on the printer and the size of the project. We can process single piece also if needed to millions of pieces. Though price drops significantly as quantity increases.
  • What factors affect the cost of lenticular printing?
    The cost of lenticular printing can vary based on a variety of factors, including the size of the project, the complexity of the design, and the quantity being printed.
  • What is the turnaround time for lenticular printing?
    The turnaround time for lenticular printing can vary depending on the printer and the size of the project. However, it's important to plan for extra time, as lenticular printing typically involves additional design and production steps compared to traditional printing methods.

How to get started

If you're interested in lenticulars and want more information, don't hesitate to contact us at phone number +91-8451005750. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you get started.

You can also visit our FAQ page for additional information on lenticulars.

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